Saudi writer and activist Manal al-Sharif stopped in Houston amid her cross-country tour to speak to a captivated audience at Asia Society about her journey becoming what she called “an accidental activist” for women’s rights.
Eat, shop, play! Enjoy food, performances, international bazaar, live demonstrations, and arts and crafts for free at AsiaFest!
Asia Society Texas Center shines a light on Texas talent with its new exhibition, "Site Lines: Artists Working in Texas," opening on April 13. All five artists call the Lone Star State their home.
Asia Society Texas Center was pleased to present "Beyond Sacred: Voices of Muslim Identity" in partnership with Ping Chong + Company. The production amplifies the voices of five young Muslim Americans who came of age in a post-9/11 society.
Regional premiere spotlights post-9/11 American Muslim experiences in Ping Chong's innovative production "Beyond Sacred: Voices of Muslim Identity."
Ambassador Ryan Crocker — who served as ambassador to Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Pakistan, and Syria — returned to Asia Society Texas Center for a discussion on U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East
Asia Society Texas Center announces the appointment of Jennifer Kapral as Asia Society’s Director of Education and Outreach.
Asia Society welcomed hundreds of Houstonians to celebrate Spring Break by learning about Japan and its spring season over five days of free, family-friendly activities and film screenings.
Actors Tim Jo and Rizwan Manji joined Asia Society Texas Center for a timely conversation on Asian representation in the entertainment industry with Rebecca Sun, senior reporter at "The Hollywood Reporter."
Asia Society Texas Center (ASTC) unveils a new mixed-media exhibition entitled "Super Sarap," marking a number of firsts for ASTC: the exhibition is the Center’s first to feature Filipino American artists and the first to focus on food.

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